The First Building In Western Sydney’s Newest City To Start Construction

Construction is officially in progress for the first building in Western Sydney’s newest city, Bradfield City Centre, near the future Western Sydney International Airport.

The first stage of the new Advanced Manufacturing and Research Facility (AMRF) is underway and will be a shared platform for collaboration and innovation. Providing 3,840 square metres of multi-purpose space, it is set to house office, exhibition, and event spaces within the recently announced Western Sydney Aerotropolis.

Premier Dominic Perrottet said, “The first building is the start of a game-changing and job-generating city centre that will transform Bradfield into a hive of economic activity for businesses to offer new services and attractions for residents across Western Sydney”.

“This facility will bring high-skilled jobs and global career opportunities to Western Sydney residents, deliver shared high-tech manufacturing equipment and machinery with local Sydney businesses, and fast-track development in areas like defence and space”, said Mr Henskens.

Backed by a $1 billion investment from the NSW Government and a further $10 billion in private investment, Bradfield City Centre will create more than 17,000 highly skilled jobs within Western Sydney.

“We are building a world class-city centre that will supercharge the creation of jobs and economic opportunities across Western Sydney”, Mr. Perrottet said.

In addition, the city is being designed for the future with inbuilt digital capabilities, smart technology and targeting net zero emissions by the year of 2050.

Chair of the Western Parkland Authority Jennifer Westacott said, “This will be a truly global city with a 24/7 economy and the beautiful parks, playgrounds and buzzing cultural life Western Sydney deserves”.

The start of construction for the first building in Bradfield City is an exciting step forward in the growth and future development of Western Sydney. Developments like this will open many job opportunities and benefit families and residents, making life easier in the Greater Western Sydney region. We look forward to seeing what’s next.

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